Once, while walking with children, my friend and I went to the nearest supermarket. Viewed showcases with stationery. I was interested in coloring for boys (very much my son loves to paint), creative sets and educational games.
A friend looked skeptically in my direction. She offered to put it all in place and take a better robot at a discount, as she did. I do not like to argue with people, but that day our dialogue was emotional.
I was offended by the words of a friend that all these educational games are for girls or mama sons. How so? I am not against robots, but it is unlikely that games with such toys will develop imagination, creativity and thinking!
My son was very restless. I noticed it two years ago, when he was barely 3 years old. At first, I associated restlessness with age. I thought all the boys were like that. Outgrow and everything will change.
The son went to kindergarten, and the situation has not changed. Educators complained about inattention, reluctance to perform creative tasks, that he could not sit in one place for more than 5 minutes.
I decided to consult a psychologist from kindergarten. She advised more often to give her son interesting tasks for ingenuity and ingenuity. So that he was so keen on the process that he forgot about games and other things.
He really liked to look for differences in two identical, at first glance, pictures. They helped him gain perseverance.
Do your children like these educational games?